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[texts]Letter to Col. Henry Jackson about privateers, Howe's destination, and Silas Deane's treaty [manuscript] - Knox, Henry, 1750-1806
Dated: Camp 20 miles from Philadelphia, Aug. 12, 1777
Keywords: Manley, John, 1732-1793
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[texts]Letter to Col. Henry Jackson, speculating on direction of Gen. Howe's fleet [manuscript] - Knox, Henry, 1750-1806
Agrees with him in thinking the surrender of Ticonderoga disgraceful and believes an investigation will be made. Howe has not been seen either in Philadelphia or New York, both of which are protected against him. If he appears to the east the General should be notified. Is pleased to hear that Manley has not been retaken. Lists the articles Jackson will need in camp
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